How to install your Northern Diver dryglove system on Scubapro Everdry 4 mm with neoprene cuffs

I have a Scubapro Everdry 4 drysuit. As its name says, it is 4mm thick. Everywhere… including the cuffs. I have also this Northern Diver dryglove system: https://www.ndiver.com/dry-glove-ring-system-black Start learning this movie on YouTube:   There is only one big problem: it doesn’t fit !!!! Have a look at these pictures: https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipOL7wv09-njReV_UOeZivOlaFE8hk6cCCQuK6-k4vSB_ffbVIGZr4_NdoXdl3m26Q?key=a3JYLTV4MlZHVnVSM1poWkZtbmhtUWdONFlIU3ZR     At the first look, it looks like the cuffs are too thick for even the gray ring:   SOLUTION   Use liquid soap! Use the soap on the ring and then you will see that the sleeve goes immediately through.   That’s it… then follow the instructions in the video!  


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Diving with drysuit in Immenstaad Bunkers

I’ve been diving with Jörg at the Bunkeranlagen Immenstaad. Here are some videos made with this camera:     Warning, you might have to login with your Google account in order to view the videos.   But, the interesting part was that I forgot to take my suit that I have to wear below the drysuit (to keep me warm). This massively changed my buoyancy and I had too much lead (~2KG  too much). Useless to say that I needed to fight a lot with the weight and that I used my jacket to control the descent and ascent. Phew… what a beginner’s error… 🙁   PS: I am the one filming, the one that is being filmed is Jörg. This is also the reason why the video is so shaken.


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“Dry Suit Diver” certification complete

And it is done ! I am officially certified. The second and last dive in open water was much better than the first one. It has been really, really nice and I actually enjoyed diving with drysuit. We went 8m deep to feel a bit more the suit’s squeeze 🙂 And the cold … 🙂 This was before the dive… already sweating. This time no water in the suit, just a lot of sweat.   Oh… and the weather… foggy, no sun, 14 degrees in the air, 8 in the water.    


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